The year’s most crucial MMA battle is about to begin.
On July 2, two world title bouts will take place at UFC 276 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
In the main event, Israel Adesanya defends his middleweight title versus strong opponent Jared Cannonier, while in the co-main event, Max Holloway and Alexander Volkanovski fight for the featherweight belt.
Sean Strickland vs. Alex Pereira, another significant middleweight fight, and Pedro Munhoz vs. Sean O’Malley, a pay-per-view opener, complete out the main bill.
A crucial flyweight showdown between Lauren Murphy and Miesha Tate was set, however, it was subsequently revealed on Saturday’s program that the fight would be rescheduled.
No explanation for the change or the replacement match for it on the main card was provided.
Even though Cannonier is the underdog and is six years older than Adesanya, who is the early favorite to win, Cannonier plans to bring the “heat” to the match.
Adesanya, 32, is 5 inches taller than Cannonier and possesses a somewhat greater reach: 80 inches for the arms and 41.5 inches for the legs as opposed to 77.5 inches for each Cannonier.
Adesanya and Cannonier are both 185 pounds, but Adesanya is taller at 6 feet 4 inches while Cannonier is shorter at 5 feet 11 inches.
UFC 276 Date-Time & Schedule
July 2, 2022
UFC 276: Adesanya vs. Cannonier
Live stream of UFC 276 in the UK
Fighting supporters in the United Kingdom will need to register to two separate platforms if they desire to view all of the activity from the Main Card, Prelims, and Early Prelims on event night.
The UFC 276 Early Prelims will be available to UFC Fight Pass members.
Fans may watch a variety of UFC and combat sports events with the OTT broadcasting service Fight Pass, which also provides Prelims for all PPV events.
The UFC Fight Pass streaming service will also provide access to the opening contests.
Live Stream of UFC 276 from the US
Additionally, American fans will be able to watch the Early Prelims and Prelims on UFC Fight Pass.
All of the action from the UFC 276 Main Card will be available to combat sports fans in the United States via PPB on ESPN+.
UFC Pay-Per-Views and live events are broadcast on ESPN+ in the US.
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